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The New Deal brought with it programs that served not only the good of the people and the economy but also the environment. We need that now more than ever.
Together, unions can force the government to take on the issue of green-collar jobs.
As struggling dairy farmers seek profits by responding to rising consumer demand for raw milk, regulators are taking a hard line.
The history of banana cultivation is rife with labor and environmental abuse, corporate skulduggery and genetic experiments gone awry.
They're reaping the profits, we're paying the price.
South Africa's growth rate is outstripping its ability to generate electricity. There's a message here for us.
Twelve authors on war and peace, dissent, the environment and the empowerment of the poor provide inspiration to transform the world in 2008.
A plan to implant farm animals with electronic tracking tags gives corporate agriculture a monopoly on the future of food, and it has sparked political backlash in rural America.
The fast-food giant's insistence on paying poverty wages to tomato pickers could backfire, as student activists' campaign for fair food cuts into their business.
We have everything we need to address the environmental crisis, save perhaps political will. But political will is a renewable resource.
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